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Raw Deal => Rules Forum => Topic started by: The Kisser on September 09, 2019, 03:24:08 PM

Title: Got a ? about Unorthodox Style Of Wrestling
Post by: The Kisser on September 09, 2019, 03:24:08 PM
On Unorthdox Style of Wrestling it reads:
"When this card is in your ring area, whenever you play a High Risk Maneuver after a Submission Maneuver, it cannot be reversed from your opponent's hand."

The ? is on Multi that are a combo of a High Risk and either Submission, Strike, Grapple, Trademark Finisher, Action, and the Revo Counterparts.
Ok I play Wraparound Wrist Lock which becomes successful as it's a Submission Chain and that means if a play a Maneuver, It Cannot be reversed from your opponent's Backlash Deck and the next Card I play is a High Risk+Submission a Flying Choke Hold which can only be played after a Successfully played Submission.
So my ? Is this means my Flying Choke Hold cannot be Reversed from Hand or Backlash Correct? And the only way to reverse it by like Backhand Slap or a Reversal that reverse's Cannot Be reversed if they have it in their Backlash or Hand and they only can reverse from Ring or Arsenal Correct.
And this goes for all High Risk+Any Non High Risk Card Type if I play it after a Submission Correct?
Title: Re: Got a ? about Unorthodox Style Of Wrestling
Post by: Buddha Dudley on September 09, 2019, 04:42:08 PM
So my ? Is this means my Flying Choke Hold cannot be Reversed from Hand or Backlash?

Correct.

And the only way to reverse it by like Backhand Slap or a Reversal that reverse's Cannot Be reversed if they have it in their Backlash or Hand.


Wrong. Backhand Slap (TB) only reverses a Completely Irreversible Card. This hypothetical Flying Choke Hold that has 2 reversal restrictions (WAWL + protection from UnorthodoxSOW) STILL can be reversed.  For example, it can still be reversed from Ringside, from Arsenal, from the Ring, from the Backstage, etc.

And this goes for all High Risk+Any Non High Risk Card Type if I play it after a Submission Correct?
Yes. Multis are considered all their types when played.